Agricultural production, construction, natural resource management, utility efficiency, and biomass harvesting and processing all fall under the umbrella of Vermeer Manufacturing’s industrial production capabilities. Founded in Pella, Iowa, in 1948, the heavy machinery manufacturer continues to operate at their original site inside the Cultivation Corridor and now exports its products to more than 60 nations worldwide. Vermeer has drawn on its history of close involvement with agricultural and industrial workers around the globe to navigate a competitive industrial landscape and contribute to a progressing world infrastructure through anticipatory product development and technological innovation. The Pella, Iowa manufacturing and corporate site is one of three Vermeer locations in the U.S. and four internationally that produces equipment to help businesses and governments increase productivity, output and overall impact in their food, energy and construction operations.
Vermeer’s innovative product line includes several historic breakthroughs in agricultural machinery: the first mechanical wagon hoists, round hay balers and boom-style crop sprinklers can all be attributed to the company.
Seven manufacturing sites across three locations in the U.S. and one in China
Manufactures and distributes heavy machinery for industrial and agricultural applications
Headquartered at its 1.5 million square foot design and manufacturing plant in Pella, Iowa